Colorado's experience in regulating MJ pesticides is that "Big Pot" was the single biggest obstacle
3 years ago
in creating any guidelines for MJ pesticide use: http://dpo.st/2fnRGv2. How does prop. 64 empower CA regulatory agencies to behave in the public interest, while EPA guidance is unavailable?
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In California, medical cannabis will be regulated under MMSRA, which will require pesticide testing of all cannabis sold in CA beginning in January, 2018. While prop 64 doesn't regulate recreational cannabis sales, I would imaging that future regulation that does would also require testing for pesticides.